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May 7, 2012 8:00pm PDT
quote seen their homes raided by the fbi for those benefits. resigned from the agency in in 2001. kirk, a former senior analysts with years of experience with the agency who along with bill and two others washington, d.c. the investigation and audit of the nsa. and thomas, a former material witness and was then charged with violating the espionage act. i've got to say gentlemen i've been in law enforcement a fair number of years. the three of you look like the quintessential fbi-c.i.a. agents and here you are as whistle blowers. that's why i think it's so critical the public see you. bill tell me what motivated you to raise these issues and what they were about.
May 7, 2012 8:00pm PDT
quote drawn at my house. >> you don't seem terribly dangerous. >> i had been cooperating with the fbi for months. >> your complaints triggered them to come down on you like a ton of bricks. >> yes, plus the inspector general complaint that we filed. >> kirk, let me switch over to you. tell me what did you what you reported, and then what happened to you.
May 18, 2012 4:00pm EDT
, the fbi is obtaining hundreds of terrorism convictions in their federal courts. earlier this month, for example, a federal jury in new york handed down a guilty verdict in one of the most serious terrorism plots since 9/11, which involved plans to carry out suicide bombings in the new york subway in 2009. according to the predictions of some, the terrorism trial proceeded without a hitch in a federal court in the heart of new york city. a lot of the new yorkers live and work near the courthouse and they were convicted. the defendant was convicted on the need for mandatory military custody and interrogation, served him with the definite need of detention at guantanamo bay and elsewhere. it's going to be facing life imprisonment. this is only one example, and there are many, many of them in federal and criminal courts trying terrorism cases. in the recent year the christmas day bomber, the times square bomber were conducted convicted and sent to life imprisonment. the fbi used its expertise and experience to obtain statements, to write miranda warnings and they did all that without r
May 18, 2012 4:30pm EDT
department share record with the fbi about what notifications went to the prosecutor? >> i would have to check on that, i'm not certain. >> okay. well, i hope there's one area where we should all be able to agree, it would be on this one. that defense counsel aught to be notified or the person in jail aught to be notified if there's other information to bear on the case. and chairman lehigh, i would like to work to bring public accountability on this just as we worked together in the army crime lab issue a while ago. my next question deals with the airplane, but not your use of the airplane. it's a sensitive issue with you, so it is not about you. >> yes, sir. >> last month the associated press reported that defense secretary panetta incurred $870,000 personal travel to california using a government plane in accord dance with omb command to reimburse the pilots for the market rate. it is my understanding that the attorney general used fbi aircraft for personal travel. i understand that the fbi is charged for these trips along with the other trips the attorney general takes on non-fbi air
May 22, 2012 6:00pm EDT
uceda se encuentra afuera del fbi y cuenta mas... adelante claudia. claudia uceda/oficinas del fbi, washington, d.c. asi es, un reporte del fbi preocupa mucho porque indica que maryland es uno de los estados en todo el pais con mas reportes de estafas en el internet.... nat!! mail a todos, nos llega todos los dias correos electronicos que no conocemos.... prometen dinero, el trabajo de sus suenos o hasta el amor verdadero... pepero de acuerdo con un reporte de crimen en el internet del fbi , cada vez hay mas estafas en el internet.. laestafas para trabajar en casa.... sandra coronado/analista del fbi "si uno recibe correo electronic tu pr solicitar." pero las estafas "amorosas" como los llaman en el fbi son las que mas genera dinero a los ladrones... el ano pasado seeportatotal de masde 5 miljas el fbi no n los 50 millones mandamos correosclaudia uceda/ol fbi, washington, d.c. y si usted se convierte en una victima, las autoridades recomiendan primero reportarlo a la policia, segundo visitar la pagina web del fbi y por ultimo alertar a su banco, en washington claudiaresist
May 6, 2012 10:00am EDT
that is to go to the fbi in december, we'll have the operational capacity but you should know about this but you have concerned about oklahoma city as long as we have. this finally gives us grounds to open a proper investigation and let's see what we can find it. probably if that had occurred, and this i was told by the man who is ahead of the atf on the time on the record. he said if we'd kept an informed operation up there, we probably would've found out about the bombing and would have been able to have prevented it. really startling thing to of been told. .. >> by then, it was really too late. a lot of the people were left in oklahoma city a few days before the bombing. she, herself, was i blew largely suspected of being an informant. what is shocking is that from the point of view of the fbi and the atf, talking to the agents who were deeply concerned about this problem. they fully expected that the fbi but then somebody else, they would send agents in and start to interview people. and they never did. in the meantime, all kinds of other things were going on here in oklahoma ci
May 22, 2012 11:00pm EDT
parn casa.... sandra coronado/analista del fbi "si uno recibe correo electronico sin solicitar ofreciendote una gran suma de dinero para hacer traballega e solicitar." pero las estafas "amorosas" como los llaman en el fbi son las que manera do a seeporta utal de mas de 5 mil quejas...las eson los i sandra coronado/analista del fbi "solicitando dinero o amenazandote que si tu no envias esta plata a esta cuenta bancaria, te podemos mandar a la carcel perjudica tu trabajo,te podemos sacar del pais y esta firmado por por ejemplo el director del fbi ..nosotros el fbi no mandamos correos masivos al publico." claudia uceda/oficinas del fbi, washington, d.c. y si usted se miles desde las once deliodia s dea ps ..uerde puede 24 horel a traveos las tambess enebook t....nias unto nots dc...ya de un apartamento de y el congresista republicano marcosr bipartidistas, para impulsar cion -------------------- ------------ *+ barack obama y mitt romney estan virtualmente empatados en 1 encuesta, en que el 47% apoyaria a cada 1 en el manejo de la economia. la encuesta del washington post
May 16, 2012 3:00pm PDT
. nominated by president george w. bush, he was sworn in to lead the fbi on september 4, 2001, just one week before the al qaeda attacks on 9/11. under his leadership, the fbi has since played the leading role in preventing further terrorist attacks inside america. all americans should be happy that congress recently approved an extension of his tenure -- his 10-year term for an additional two years. i have known bob since 1970, which was his first year as a law student at university of virginia where i was on the law school faculty. he was a returning veteran from the vietnam war, having led a rifle platoon in the third marine division, receiving a bronze star, purple heart, and vietnamese cross of gallantry. i was always on the lookout for incoming students who played squash. bob more than filled that bill. he improve my game, although i never, never beat the man. i did, however, get to know him very well. he was a prince. bob also was smart, smart enough for me to offer him a job as my research assistant and dumb enough to accept. he was a delight to work with, and together, we produ
May 16, 2012 3:30pm PDT
policy. the fbi is involved with drug policy along with other law- enforcement agencies, but more generally, how you approach the challenge of managing this broad range of responsibilities that the fbi has to continue to attend to, while at the same time prioritizing the missions you mentioned. >> actually, it is the last word that you use, which is prioritization. we early on realized that we needed a set of priorities and needed to focus on those priorities. the priorities we talked about today -- terrorism, counter- terrorism, counterespionage, and cyber -- are the three national security priorities. if the fbi did not address the priorities, they often would not be addressed. transnational, international organized crime because organized crime cuts across various jurisdictions and became the third criminal priority. white collar crime. that is number four. five was violent crime. you will see left off that list are a number of things, including the drug cases we have traditionally done previously. but when we say priority, we meant priority. you have to address priorities in o
May 14, 2012 8:30pm EDT
time this communicators airs. >> fbi director robert mueller told congress last week that some of the surveillance provisions which are set to expire at the end of the year, are essential in stopping terrorists from attacking the u.s. that is next on c-span 2. after that come at a preview of next week's nato summit in chicago. >> on "washington journal" tomorrow morning, we will look at a lawsuit by the group common cause, challenging the constitutionality of the senate's filibuster rules. our guest is the group's president and ceo, bob edgar. marsha blackburn of tennessee, will discuss bank and finance regulations and we will be joined by alan uk, the author of the book buying america back. about how individuals can affect manufacturing and trade. "washington journal" is live every day at 7:00 a.m. eastern. >> reading has become, over the last 200 years, the ultimate democratic act of the ultimate democratic country. it makes it possible for the many to teach for themselves what if you once held close. the president can quote mark twain because he has read huckleberry finn, and the p
May 5, 2012 7:00pm EDT
on the acf, the fbi. they made it very clear that that anyone who worked for the federal government was a target. in response to that contact and howard set down and talked about how they needed to have 24 hour security guard coverage which did not exist. they needed to worry about the accessibility of the outset of the building to vehicles. they also were very concerned that the video cameras that were erected on the north side of the building were not functioning and had not been for years. but they went to the general services administration. they ask for the money to make these changes and the answer was no. the gst was trying to save money . oklahoma city was not considered a place that was going to have anything happen, and that was that. another letdown, think. and then the bigger one which i think affected the country as a whole and really gets to the core of what i'm writing about in the book is the after waco, after ruby ridge there was an awareness among federal agencies the fall of these things for a living that there was a very serious threat of some kind of major attac
May 16, 2012 11:00pm EDT
few moments senate debate on next year bucket. in about forty minutes fbi director testifies on capitol hill. after that a med tal of honor ceremony at the white house for a soldier killed in the vietnam war. and later we'll reair the pentagon news preifing with the u.s. army chief of staff. blanker blank on tomorrow's washington journal, the conversation with iowa congressman steve king on the republican's agenda in the houses and this year's elections. then democratic congress will talk about the economy, budget priorities, and the federal debt ceiling. later, the "cq" roll qawl on the facebook's pending stock options and the lobbying on capitol hill. it begins 8:00 a.m. eastern with the phone calls e-mails and tweets. ♪ ♪ this memorial day weekend on c-span we'll take you to colleges and universities an the country to hear commencement addresses from members of congress and the. president's cabinet state and local leaders and business executives. we want to hear from you about your commencement experience. did you graduate from college this year or attend a ceremony open
May 16, 2012 8:00pm EDT
reporting of the thanks for the update. >> guest: thank you. >> in a and a few moments of fbi director robert mueller testifies on capitol hill. and a little more than two hours, the medal of our honor ceremony for a soldier killed in the vietnam war. >> fbi director robert mueller today confirmed that the bureau is investigating who leaked information about the al qaeda bomb plot targeting u.s. bound flight. the director told the senate judiciary committee that such leaks during ongoing law enforcement operations and damaged u.s. relationships with foreign partners. this oversight hearing is a little more than two hours. >> okay, director, these photographers are all good people. i'm told by my son-in-law, who used to work with them, and of course i have a certain amount of jealousy because they have a job that i really wanted to have, except that they are a lot better at it than i would be. so i had to take the senate as a second choice. [inaudible conversations] so, senator grassley, senator hastert and senator klobuchar are here. is appropriate that we welcome director rob
May 12, 2012 5:00pm EDT
agents who were from the fbi joint terrorism task force there. incomes the investigators from the actual 9/11 plot. after talking for hours about terrorism because they couldn't talk about the investigation, i said give me a tip, give me something to go juan, a league, a name. one of them looked around and said in a stage whisper, khalid sheikh mohammed. i wrote it on a cocktail napkin and started making calls the next day. the reason i mention it is because writing about al qaeda and osama bin laden, and in peter's book i can't wait to read, allah was sorry, he stood out as someone that was much different than the others and seemed more politically oriented. he does seem to have a sense of humor. it seemed like he liked to have a good time and he was much more fascinating and well bin laden and zawahiri and many other state in their compound in afghanistan, ksm was the one who really was traveling around the world getting things done, doing things, and it just really fascinated me because even i think it was almost exactly 18 months after 9/11, he was finally brought to ground. s
May 21, 2012 3:00pm EDT
continued support for the fbi's foreign language program and critical mission. the director of intelligence language services division is responsible for the organization's entire program. they support the fbi's mission by providing quality language services to the fbi and its partners. these services include foreign language recruitment, hiring, testing, training, translations, interpretations, and other foreign language related functions at the fbi. the language services section provides a centralized command and control structure to ensure our linguist resource base of over 1,400 linguists, an increase of 84% since 9/11, is aligned with priorities set by our operational divisions and intelligence priorities. the fbi relies on foreign language capabilities to quickly and accurately inform operations and enhance analysis. the success of the fbi's mission is clearly dependent upon high-quality language services and the ability to translate and analyze information in a timely manner. the fbi's foreign language program has made great strides in its ability to meet the rising dema
May 18, 2012 5:30pm EDT
want to say before you answer that both the fbi and the united states attorneys office and in particular the united states attorney in connecticut overall as well as on this case are doing extraordinarily excellent work, and i'm very proud of the great job that they're doing there, and i say that as one who would be critical having been a former -- having been a united states attorney, i'm not one who would be less than demanding of that office, but they're doing, both the fbi and the u.s. attorney there are doing great work. >> i'm familiar with the investigation. we cannot in open session discuss it. >> on gasoline prices, do you know any uptick in criminal activity there with respect to price gouging? >> have not. have not. again, that's something i'll have to get back to you on. we may have seen something. i would have to go back and find out where we are on that. >> thank you. again, thank you for your great work. my time has expired and i appreciate you being there. >> thank you. >> thank you very much. we'll yield now to senator graham and i would ask senator blumenthal
May 18, 2012 5:00pm EDT
another have run into it in our states. what more can the fbi do to be helpful with this really terrible, terrible thing? >> we have a program that we have had for a substantial period of time in which we focus on this phenomenon throughout the united states. and we have on a number of occasions had substantial ta takedowns of individuals who are involved in it. unfortunately, that does not end the problem. there are many more out there. the gratifying aspect of it from persons who work this is the victims we're able to save in terms of our activity. it's another area where we would love to be able to put additional resources. we try to leverage what resources we have because every child saved is a child that we'll remember for a good long time. >> thank you. >> senator cobb. >> thank you, mr. chairman. following up on the last point, you talked before about the need to prioritize in the event of sequesteration. every one of these responsibilities that the federal bureau of investigation have are important to nothing, and in many cases, they're important to the entire citizenry.
May 13, 2012 10:00am EDT
the book. i was in a bar in new york city talking to a bunch of agents who were from the fbi task force there. in comes the bomb squad, who were the investigators to the 9/11 plot. after we were talking about terrorism, because they couldn't talk about investigation, i said give me a table or it leads go on. one of them said, he looked around and said in a stage whisper, gentoo. i wrote it on a cocktail napkin and started making calls the next day. the reason i mention this, writing about all of jim al qaeda and osama bin laden, ksm already unction always stood out as much more different than the others. he seemed more politically oriented than others. he liked to have a good time come he had a sense of humor come he was much more organized. gsm was the one who is traveling around the world getting things done, doing things and it just really fascinated me. it was about 18 months after 9/11 when he was finally brought to ground. i've started thinking of 2002. how did he get away with it for so long and what was he doing all that time? so that was the just for my book. we did a ver
May 1, 2012 9:00am EDT
enforcement received the alert from the fbi and homeland security. they say al qaeda is looking into new ways of concealing explosives by surgically implanting those devices into their bodies. ray kelly spoke to cnn earlier this morning about the so-called body bombs. >> the information about planting bombs inside of people we've been looking at that, intelligence community has been looking at that for a while. >> new to us and not new to you. >> commissioner kelly also said the highest concern of u.s. intelligence continues to be the threat of nuclear weapons. >>> in other news this morning, they are back. remember the protest from the occupy wall street movement? today they are hoping to rage against the machine again but will they? this was their show of strength less than six months ago and this is their fizzled fury today. this is a live picture of a modest turnout in new york city. more on that in just a minute. the group says it will hold demonstrations in 135 cities. they have chosen today, may 1st, because it's known across the world as international workers day and tha
May 13, 2012 3:15pm EDT
committee will come to order and we welcome everyone, particularly the oversight of the fbi. considering we were voting until 12:30 last night, this is a good turnout. i recognize myself for an opening statement and then the ranking member will proceed with our questions. again, welcome to the oversight hearing of the fbi. when he was last in front of this committee over a year ago, we all believed it would be his last hearing before the committee as the fbi director because his term was set to expire on september 4, in 2011. because of the changes the department of defense and the intelligence agency, the president requested he be renominated and serve an additional two years. he received this protocol office because he has led the fbi with integrity and skill to some of the most difficult and important here is in america's history. director mueller became the director days before the september 11 terrorist attacks. he led a historic transformation of the agency. he oversaw rapid expansion of the counter-terrorism division and continued in his focus on investigating federal crimes. unde
May 20, 2012 5:30pm PDT
billions each year. now the fbi is stepping up the fight. >>> and best week ever? after a $20 billion payday, mark zuckerberg swaps the hoodie for a tie and a surprise walk down zuckerberg swaps the hoodie for a tie and a surprise walk down the aisle. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> good evening. finding a way forward and a way out of afghanistan is chief among the pressing items at the table in chicago this evening, where president obama is hosting the leaders of nato, along with dozens of other heads of state. but there are competing agendas vying to be heard on the streets of chicago tonight whereas anticipated thousands of anti-war and other protesters have marched on the nato summit. and there is late word some of those demonstrations have gotten a bit out of hand. for police trying to keep the peace, it's made for some high anxiety against a backdrop of high stakes diplomacy. we have two reports from chicago tonight. we begin with nbc's john yang on the streets. john, what's happening? >> reporter: lester, chicago police are slowly and method methodical
May 9, 2012 6:30pm EDT
personal, y horarios mÁs cortos. >>> vamos a la pausa, el fbi lanza univunadvertencia luego dn de ataque de al qaeda contra un aviÓn de pasajeros. >>> como evitar el fraude del medicare. ticiermuere en los Ángeles, un @ ivisiolista univbelleza de losÁn Ó que dos policÍas sean juzgados por la muerte de un desamparado con problemas mentales, por uni confrontaciÓn de agentes y desamparado, los acusados son manuel ramos, y jay chichineli. >>> estudiantes y padres demandaron al distrito escolarÁn ionunivision@@noticiero univisÍo desde elun 1990 que existianeo abusos. >>> surgieron nuevas inquietudes ante la frustraciÓn de un plan de unaque de al qaeda contra un aviÓn de pasajeros. advirtieron que estudian fabricas explosivos diferentes hasta los usados hasta ahora. el propio director del fbi lanÓo advertencias en una audiencia ciero univisionunivision@@notici o univennisionvo y@@ ciero isios explosivo para destruir un aviÓn a estados unidos. el suicida, era en realidad un doble agente de la inteligencia del paÍs, que impide la tragedia, el complot de al qaeda en yemen no podrÍa
May 7, 2012 4:00pm EDT
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May 2, 2012 7:30pm EDT
. when i talked to both the fbi director muller and more importantly when i went back to the twin cities and talked to special agent in charge there, both said that the somali community had been cooperative in fbi investigations. and i think it was because of actually very good police work and very good work by the fbi in making sure that they earned the trust of the somali community there. my questions are to chief davis and to officer gale. both of you have served as law enforcement officers. how do you earn the trust of the diverse communities that you serve? some of which -- some of whom may be initially skeptical of the police? >> thank you, senator, and one stop at a time. one day at a time. one interaction at a time. i think when people -- i think we have to, one, acknowledge the history police have played. the role of law enforcement with regard to race in this country. we still have generations of people that remember the segregation. generations of people that are still here that remember when the police were the enforcement tool and rule of law with regard to jim crow a
May 9, 2012 6:30pm PDT
mÁs cortos. >>> vamos a la pausa, el fbi lanza advertencia luego del plan de ataque de al qaa contra un aviÓn de pasajeros. >>> como evitar el fraude del medicare. >>> y muere en los Ángeles, un estilista de belleza de los mÁs famosos, no le cambie. ♪. ♪. >>> un juez de orange, decidiÓ que dos policÍas sean juzgados por la muerte de un desamparado con problemas mentales, por un video de vigilancia, en la confrontaciÓn de agentes y desamparado, los acusados son manuel ramos, y jay chichineli. >>> estudiantes y padres demandaron al distrito escolar unificado de los Ángeles, por no proteger de abuso sexual a estudiantes de la primaria miramonte, la demanda del 4 de mayo, dice que sabÍa el distrito desde el 1990 que existianeo abusos. >>> surgieron nuevas inquietudes ante la frustraciÓn de un plan de ataque de al qaeda contra un aviÓn de pasajeros. advirtieron que estudian fabricas explosivos diferentes hasta los usados hasta ahora. el propio director del fbi lanÓo advertencias en una audiencia del congreso. >>> parece el guiÓn de una pelÍcula taquillera, la organizaciÓ
May 10, 2012 1:00am EDT
but strong views that the fbi and other federal law enforcement agencies need to do far more to deal with this problem. let me briefly summarize a situation. while violent crime has decreased nationally, others have been on the rise. the homicide rates in each territory is about six times the national average and almost, almost three times higher. puerto rico has nearly the same number of murders each year that texas does, even though texas is home to 25 million people, and the puerto rican population does not reach 4 million. three-quarters of the homicides in puerto rico are linked to the international drug trade. what is happening is this is like a moving target. drug traffickers are changing routes. this is a problem of national scope. about three-quarters of the cocaine that enters pr is then transported. because puerto rico is part of the u.s.. it is not a foreign country. this is not even delivered to the states. in order to reduce drug-related violence and to make this a less attractive transition point, both the governor of puerto rico and i are establishing a caribbean bord
May 29, 2012 10:00pm EDT
earlier this month. tonight, former fbi agent ali soufan, author of the black banners, talks about his interrogation of al-quso before 9/11. >> how the heck quso is involved in what just happened? what did we miss? >> correspondent martin smiths interview with "the interrogator." >> what if that information had been shared? >> oh, my god. i think the world would be very different today. >> these two stories on this special edition frontline. ro fne>>li nt mis >> frontline is made possible by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. and by the corporation for public broadcasting. major funding is provided by the john d. and catherine t. macarthur foundation, committed to building a more just, verdant, and peaceful world. and by reva and david logan, committed to investigative journalism as the guardian of the public interest. additional funding is provided by the park foundation, dedicated to heightening public awareness of critil issues. and by tfrontline journalism fund, supporting investigative reporting and enterprise journalism. po >> narrator: reporter g
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May 22, 2012 1:00am PDT
valuable information that saved lives. an fbi agent initially involved with interrogating sued by da says that rodriguez is dead wrong. bill o'reilly recently talked to both member. >> you know who ali would you have -- zufan is. >> i sure do. >> he says when the interrogation team headed by you used enhanced interrogation techniques he stopped cooperating. >> ali soufan was not there. >> bill: let's walk through it soufan says the fbi got the information true or false. >> the one thing he got was that khalid shake mohammed was muktar the name he had used. >> bill: don't get ahead of yourself there. who interrogated would you have bait da first. you or the fbi? who went in first to ask him fbi or cia. >> it was a joint effort. we went in together: soufan says he got information to from would you have bade da that led to information about khalid sheikh mohammed without the rough stuff it? >> did not lead to khalid sheikh mohammed. >> bill: once you started the rough stuff sue would you have bade da would you zubaydah. did he just shut down. >> we not waterboard him until august of that yea
May 8, 2012 5:00am EDT
... a whitt powdery subbtance wwich traditional rarely etect.tom fuentes, a former fbi assistann director says that's key.sotttoo fuentes/fmr. fbi assistant direcctr"ii you're a omb maker and you've maaagee to create ddvicee ann liie to don't get too creative ith thh formulas."a senior adminsttation officcal says the intended user of tte bomb is no longer a threat..ot:tom fueetes/fmr. fbi assistant mean that person is dead or says thhs inciient makee it clear ammrica has to stay vigilant.rick incent, fox45 early edition. the white house says the weekkthree in the john eewards conspiracy trial continues today... in north carolina.on monddy... the lawyer ffr for the wwman whoss donatioos to edwaads are at the center of the case... took he stand. edwards is chhrged with violating ederallcampaign finance laws... by not reporting contribuuions he received that are above the legal liiit. prosecutors saa rachel "bunny""mellon prooided more than 700-thousand dollars to edwards... for the care of his pregnann mistrees, rielle mellon's lawyer claims is clientts large donations t
May 1, 2012 5:00pm EDT
story we're following tonight, a home-grown terror plot busted by the fbi. five men under arrest accused of trying to blow up a bridge over a major national park near cleveland. fox 5s tom fitzgerald is following the story for us does. the fbi think this is related to the anniversary of osama bin laden? >> at this point, they saying no, shape. from what they detailed, they part a self-described anaist group with no known ties to internationalitism and like the plots in our area, the fbi appears to have uncovered the plan. the fbi said the target was a bridge over the cuyahoga valley national park and that is in brecksville, ohio, about 15 miles south of cleveland. authorities say the five men under arrest are self-described anarchists and, starting in october, the fbi infiltrated their group. they say the public was never in any danger when the suspect placed what they thought were c- 4 explosives at the bias of the bridge on monday. in fact, those were duds provided to the suspects by federal authorities. >> last night, the coconspirators placed the two i.d.s at the base of the
May 2, 2012 11:00pm EDT
duck when it got hit by a barge. >>> wendy rieger takes us inside the fbi situation room and we learn more about the washington team that's keeping us >>> a new jersey mom is accused of letting her 5-year-old daughter for using a tanning bed. she said it's all a misunderstanding. she said she took her daughter anna to the tanning salon with her last week while she got into the tanning bed. >> i tan. she doesn't tan. it's called a tanning booth and a tanning room. she's my little girl. i'm not going to bring my little daughter into 590-degree bed. i mean that's not normal. >> the next day anna got a slight burn while playing outside and then at school she told classmates she went tanning with mommy. her father things the teacher overheard it and things the burn was connected to the tan salon and called police. >>> newly released video "tonight show"s an impact when a barge smash into a disabled duck boat in philadelphia. it happened in july. two exchange students from hungary were killed na that crash. a wrongful death trial gets under way in triechlt a video is expected to be us
May 19, 2012 2:00pm EDT
thompson? clyde thompson was the man he hired in 1928 to be the deputy at the fbi. they were close friends for the next forty years. hoover and tollson traveled together on business and personally. they had lunch together every day at the may flower hotel. when mr. hoover died, he left the bulk of estate to him. they were at least what they called today bff. they a partnership, whether there was a marriage, whether there was more to it. they would cross the lines of something we called friends with benefit is something they kept to themselves. if anyone knew how to keep secret like that it was them. that's the reason we don't know. the fact that we don't know for sure is no big surprise. question two. what's the story of j. edgar hoover and the all-male sex parties in new york and come wearing a dress, high heels, and a bo with a? this is the one story that's probably not true. it was raised in one biography that came out in 1993. it was never independently confirmed. it was widely doubted. what's the story with him on snooping on. president kennedy e house? again, this is one that is most
May 18, 2012 3:30pm EDT
on c more span. c-span. >>> next on c-span3, fbi director robert muler testifying on current fbi investigations and agency oversite. then a vice president biden event on the auto industry in the economy. then the food safety and nutrition conference to improve food safety and nutrition guidelines for schools. c-span's road to the white house coverage continues with florida senator marco rubio. he's the keynote speaker at the annual south carolina republican silver elephant fund-raising dinner. senator rubio has been mentioned as a possible vice presidential running mate with presidential candidate mitt romney. live at 8:00 p.m. eastern on saturday here on c-span. >>> fbi director robert mueller testified at a senate judiciary committee meeting on wednesday on oversight on the agency. mr. mueller said the fbi opened a preliminary investigation into jpmorgan's $2 billion trading loss. he also said the agency is investigating leaked information on the recent al qaeda block plot. this is two hours, 15 minutes. >>> okay. the photographers are all good people. i have been told by my so
May 1, 2012 11:00pm EDT
. >>> the fbi says it has busted up a homegrown terror plot, five men arrested in ohio last night after investigators say they tried to blow up a bridge. this was the target, a bridge over a national park in brecksville, ohio about 15 miles south of cleveland. the five suspects are part of a self--described anarchist group with no known ties to international terrorism. undercover agents infiltrated the group last october and gave the group fake c4 explosives. >> last night the two coconspirators placed the explosives at the two concrete pillars at the high level bridge and attempted to remotely detonate the devices from a location that they deemed safe and one that would possibly give them an alibi. all five coconspirators were taken into custody last night while the fbi and atf -- by the fbi and atf shortly after they attempted to detonate these devices. >> the group wanted to plan several plots to terrorize the cleveland metropolitan area. >>> earlier today we talked to virginia congressman gerald connolly about the arrest. mr. connolly is a member of the house foreign committee on te
May 31, 2012 6:00pm EDT
. he fell for an fbi sting when he tried to transform a rife bowl is a fully automated machine gun. paul wagner has that story. >> reporter: the fbi's story is a white supremacist threatened violence against the president and the attorney as l. he was locked up yesterday afternoon after the fbi recorded him taking the modified weapon from a man he thought was a helpful gunsman. the fbi said the agents began taking a closer look at doug story in august of last june after a confidential inform object came period to say that -- came forward to say that story expressed interest in modifying a ak-47 to fire three shot earths. according to the affidavit story used the screen name confederate brother while posting messages on white supremacist websites. an agent said they had a propensity for hatred and violence. in fact, the affidavit quotes two posts attributed to story threatening violence against president obama and attorney general eric holder. story wrote i think there is one way o bummer would be proven as a mere mortal, if someone puts a 30 aught six round at the base of his skill
May 9, 2012 4:30am EDT
. passengers will be placed on other flights this morning. an fbi spokesperson confirms the southwest plane was taken to an isolation pad away from the terminal where dozens of passengers were removed from the plane one by one to be screened. southwest flight 1184 arrived in phoenix at about 7:30 last night after it left orange county. the plane was headed for tulsa oklahoma. the fbi's joint terrorism task force is leading the investigation. fbi agents and other law enforcement entered the planeplane with bomb sniffing dogs and other tools. for more information head to and click on the home page. sherrie johnson, abc2 news. >>> and here in maryland today, governor o'malley and state law makers will hold a press conference discussing the upcoming special session. that press conference is set for 10:45 at the statehouse. the special session will begin on may 14th. stay tuned to 5 this morning and we will join the governor and details of the upcoming conference. >>> in dc the u.s. postal service will make a announcement on new plans focusing on the smallest post offices. the press con
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May 3, 2012 8:00pm EDT
the fbi, interrogators including information about khalid sheikh mohammed they obtained information that led the cia and the fbi to capture jose padilla, okay? the american guy in chicago then he says when the cia interrogation team headed by you, mr. rodriguez, used enhanced interrogation techniques, zubada stopped cooperating. >> well, ali was not there when we started to use enhanced interrogation techniques. >> bill: let's walk through it zufan says that the fbi got the information about khalid sheikh mohammed not the cia. true or false? >> the only two things that he got. the one thing that he got was that khalid sheikh mohammed was muktar that was the name he had used. even the story about jose padilla is not so. >> bill: don't get ahead of yourself there. who interrogated zubada first who you or the fbi. >> it was our prisoner. it was our detention facility and we had a joint fbi. >> bill: who went in first to ask him. cia or fbi? >> it was a joint effort and we went in together. >> bill: you went in together? >> bill: zufan says he got information from zubada that led to kha
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May 4, 2012 4:00am EDT
. here is what he says. zubada gave up valuable information to the fbi, interrogators including information about khalid sheikh mohammed they obtained information that led the cia and the fbi to capture jose padilla, okay? the american guy in chicago then he says when the cia interrogation team headed by you, mr. rodriguez, used enhanced interrogation techniques, zubada stopped cooperating. >> well, ali was not there when we started to use enhanced interrogation techniques. >> bill: let's walk through it zufan says that the fbi got the information about khalid sheikh mohammed not the cia. true or false? >> the only two things that he got. the one thing that he got was that khalid sheikh mohammed was muktar that was the name he had used. even the story about jose padilla is not so. >> bill: don't get ahead of yourself there. who interrogated zubada first who you or the fbi. >> it was our prisoner. it was our detention facility and we had a joint fbi. >> bill: who went in first to ask him. cia or fbi? >> it was a joint effort and we went in together. >> bill: you went in together?
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